3D desktops have been around for a while and although they do not contribute to productivity too much, they’re still great for all those who want to set themselves apart.
Real Desktop is one of the software solutions that attempt to convert a traditional desktop into a 3D one, turning all things on your desktop into very attractive and appealing objects.
The installation process should go pretty smooth, but you should be careful when hitting the next button because the setup kit also attempts to install some additional software on your computer.
Once loaded, Real Desktop automatically takes control of the whole desktop and you won’t see the standard version until you exit the app. It’s even compatible with the Show Desktop button in Windows, so no problems at this chapter.
The 3D experience you get when using Real Desktop however isn’t the greatest one. Truth is, the idea of using a 3D desktop sounds pretty great, but Real Desktop doesn’t really rise up to the expectations from this point of view.
It’s pretty difficult to work with desktop icons, not to mention that selecting multiple icons with the mouse is pretty awkward.
You can adjust the camera depending on your preferences, but this only makes the whole desktop even harder to manage. Not to mention that during our test the app crashed several times, but this might be a compatibility issue with Windows 7.
Overall, Real Desktop steps into the software market with a pretty good idea, but don’t expect too many great things from it. It’s free, so give it a try, it won’t hurt your pocket at all.
What's New in This Release:
· Add decorations, games and made the software much more stable and more efficient
Users are advised to pay attention while installing this ad-supported application:
· Offers to change the homepage for web browsers installed in the system
· Offers to change the default search engine for web browsers installed in the system
· Offers to download or install software or components (Facemoods and Bing Toolbar) that the program does not require to fully function